UNSW’s Dr Mark Rolfe says satire was historically a way to express emotions such as anger, contempt and fear in safe and cathartic ways.
UNSW’s Dr Mark Rolfe supports the independent funding model proposed by ICAC for a national anti-corruption body.
Part of the solution to the rising funding problem might be a Medicare-style levy.
Communities affected by blood-borne viruses and STIs are more likely to opt out of digital health services, says a new national study.
The increasing use of on-the-spot penalty notices by police should have us concerned, a UNSW expert says.
Relying on regulation through licensing alone will not combat unsafe trucking practices, says UNSW’s Dr Christopher Walker.
Australia found shelter for more than 33,000 rough sleepers and other homeless people during the pandemic, but a coming surge in homelessness demands a comprehensive national housing strategy.
The ocean meets the sky as drones take conservation efforts to new heights.
A study shows there is a lack of ethnic and other diversity in award-winning early childhood picture books. This means our children are still getting a narrow window of the world.
News of the NSW premier's 'close personal relationship' with a former MP under investigation by ICAC is a hit to her hitherto squeaky clean public persona.